A self-willed marvel, he was not even a natural athlete or much of an extrovert.
I was sort of middle-American “aw, shucks” guy for a big part of my career, so the extrovert is always fun.
For instance, "person" means something totally different to the extrovert from what it does to the introvert.
An extrovert can hardly conceive the necessity which compels the Introvert to conquer the world by means of a system.
The opposite applies to the feeling and thought of the extrovert.
Similarly, the extrovert may apparently think, and that even very clearly and scientifically.
The accent of value lies upon the ego for the introvert, but upon the object for the extrovert.
The introvert is characterised by the thought standpoint; the extrovert by the feeling standpoint.
I don't like to be accused of being too much of an extrovert, because I think if you pass the limit it is too much.
Count Duklass had thinning red hair and a plump, agreeable, extrovert's face.
1916, extravert (spelled with -o- after 1918, by influence of introvert), from German Extravert, from extra "outside" (see extra-) + Latin vertere "to turn" (see versus).
With introvert, words that had been used in English by doctors and scientists in various literal senses since 1600s, but popularized in a psychological sense by Carl Jung. Related: Extroverted.
extrovert ex·tro·vert or ex·tra·vert (ěk'strə-vûrt')
An individual interested in others or in the environment as opposed to or to the exclusion of self.
A term introduced by the psychologist Carl Jung to describe a person whose motives and actions are directed outward. Extroverts are more prone to action than contemplation, make friends readily, adjust easily to social situations, and generally show warm interest in their surroundings. (Compare introvert.)